I Dreamt I Fell From A High Place

The photographs from the series entitled I Dreamt I Fell From A High Place look at the way in which the natural world obscures, infiltrates, and reinterprets architecture. In these photographs, the immaterial – fog, reflections, water, and light – competes with the material – the physicality and weight of concrete, glass, and steel. Within the space of the images, roles are reversed. Clouds appear to travel through bridge pylons; steel girders skim across the surface of water. By representing the possibilities of a ‘hybrid landscape’ – in which buildings and landscapes are fused – the photographs offer a different perspective upon architecture, one that downplays a heroic conquest of nature and looks instead for modes of coexistence with it.